The timeline possibilities going forward – intro

Spirit asked me to look at the timeline possibilities going forward. I want to preface this by saying that (a) anyone who tells you they can accurately predict the future is trying to sell you something and (b) the farther away from NOW one tries to look (when looking forward), the less chance for accuracy is possible. There are just too many variables, this is a Free Will Universe. So I’m focusing on the next 6 months, although I will give a general overview of the themes of the next 4 years, because that’s how long this paradigm shift is going to take before we’re out of the rough stuff. Think about it as going through “turbulence.’’

The article became very long, so I’m going to break it down into parts, which will run every Monday. The segment on July first appeared in July’s newsletter, and may not all show up here until later in the month, because of how the article evolved.

By way of warning and apology, this series is going to be more US-centric than usual, although it is certainly going to affect the rest of the world. We’re all doing through a paradigm shift, it’s just that some other countries had already embarked on a course change. It is also going to be political, because I can’t talk about trends without talking about politics or the economy.

I will also point out that I did foretell a lot of what has come to pass in the last 6 months (here, here, in this podcast, and in the April Newsletter). So you may want to pay attention to my advice if you want to get through this more smoothly going forward. I am dubious we’re going to change the course of events I’m seeing in the next six months though. Yes, that does include the election. We may be able to shift that path, but I’m not holding my breath. There are a lot of humans very set in their ways (or stuck in a rut, depending on your perspective), especially when it comes to their world view and their priorities. Fear is a funny thing that way.

Buckle up, kiddies, we’re going for a ride!

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